Laying claim


“Only a thought that does not conceal its own unsaid–but consantly

takes it up and elaborates it–may eventually lay claim to originality.”

Giorgio Agamben, The Signature of All Things (2009, 8)

Moses and his brother come to Pharaoh and claim the freedom for the people of Israel (Exodus, V, 1-4) by March Chagall (1931).
Moses and his brother come to Pharaoh and claim the freedom for the people of Israel (Exodus, V, 1-4) by Marc Chagall (1931).

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